Conquered after the first war for the North, Suebia was another Northern Province of Rome. The Romans organized these provinces into very large states so that they could gain as many people as possible to work for the farms and mines in these regions. There was little cultural development in these provinces, and they split from Rome after the Second War for the North. Suebia was one of the most cohesive of these states, however, and only became two new kingdoms. The capital was the main port of Rigum (Riga, Latvia). The Anti-Roman sentiments of the Cimbrian Alliance removed any records of Roman rule from these new Kingdoms.